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Книга впервые знакомит читателя со всеми сторонами литературного наследия Владислава Фелициановича Ходасевича.
В раздел "Стихотворения" включено все, что сам поэт считал достойным переиздания. В прозаической части книги - статьи о Державине, Гоголе и Пушкине, Толстом и Тютчеве, Дельвиге и Достоевском. В разделе мемуаров - очерки о Горьком и Сологубе, Гумилеве и Андрее Белом
Hardcover, 683 pages
Published 1991 by Советский писатель
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Vladislav Khodasevich was one of the most influential poets of the Russian Silver Age of poetry. He was an intellectual modernist and significant poetical innovator. And A Trembling Tripod is a quite exhaustive anthology of his poems and works in prose. He is one of my favourite Russian poets.
Look for me in spring's transparent air.
I flit like vanishing wings, no heavier than
a sound, a breath, a sunray on the floor;
I'm lighter than that ray – it's there: I'm gone.

But we are friends for ever, und
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Vladislav Felitsianovich Khodasevich (Russian: Владислав Фелицианович Ходасевич; May 28, 1886 – June 14, 1939) was an influential Russian poet and literary critic who presided over the Berlin circle of Russian emigre litterateurs.

Khodasevich was born in Moscow into a family of Felitsian Khodasevich, a Polish nobleman, and Sofiia Iakovlevna (née Brafman), a Jewish woman who converted to Christianit
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